Is Sustainability sustainable? I don’t think so! At least the way we’ve come to define it. We need to change the narrative that’s being told, change the vocabulary and move from deprivation to aspiration.


YES BANK and TERI sign MoU to Promote Sustainable Development in India

Press Release New Delhi, January 10, 2014: YES BANK, India’s fourth … [Read More...]


Expectations from Business and Government in context of Climate Change

 Neither the business by it self or the government on its own can … [Read More...]

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Worn Wear: A film about stories we wear by Patagonia

If at all you want any movie to affect the way you think and act - … [Read More...]


Falcon Water Free Urinals

Relax. Go easy on water with Water Free Urinals

That's the picture I stared at stuck right in front of me while doing it in the washroom of DLF Promenade, an upmarket mall in Delhi built by the DLF … [Read More...]

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Why some don’t like Sustainable development?

Taking a cue from the book, 'Walking the Talk" by Holliday, Schmidheiny and Watts, published almost 10 years ago, about why no one likes sustainable … [Read More...]


MSC Transforming Global Fishing – Case Study

Sustainable consumption doesn't mean you start promoting certified fish and expect those to eat who don't eat fish - like pushing red wine (becasue of … [Read More...]

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Linking Green to Logistics Management Practices

GUEST POST When it comes to green logistics, the perception of general public is something related to environmental issues in warehousing and … [Read More...]

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Look who’s reading your Sustainability Report

(GUEST POST: Pawan Mehra, cKinetics) As India Inc. begins to adopt Sustainability reporting,  investors are likely to be combing through it and … [Read More...]


10 reasons why business should conduct Corporate Ecosystem Evaluation

I came across a report titled"Corporate Ecosytem Valuation - Building the business case" developed by World Business Council for Sustainable … [Read More...]


Why Pavan Sukhdev thinks the mandatory 2% CSR spend is short-sighted

As a part of the ongoing series of my blogposts (read the earlier post here) on the recent legislation by the government mandating compulsory … [Read More...]


Designer’s Toolkit: From Planned Obsolescence to Design for Environment- III: Dematerialization

Dematerialization The third tool in the Design for Environment is Dematerialization – reducing the amount of material that goes into making of a … [Read More...]

Hamaoka NPP

One step for Chubu Electric, one giant leap for residents

Right on the heels of Fukushima nuclear disaster, the Hamaoka Nuclear power plant has been ordered cold shut down till the time new sea walls are … [Read More...]


Clarity vs Popularity – A word called “Sustainability”

GUEST POST by Ideas Roadshow A friend of mine has long argued that there is an inverse relationship between the popularity of a word and its meaning. … [Read More...]

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